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Part A:In All the Single Ladies,Kate Bolick argues that her experience of nearing the end of her reproductive years without marrying is an increasingly common one for American women. Drawing from at least three ideas or concepts from the course (any of the big 10, gender, ABCD marriage market, demographic reproduction, job inequality, cultural transmission etc.), first, describe why American women are today less likely to marry than in the past; second, analyze to what extent the author views the declining marriage rate as a social harm; third, describe how the author proposes that society should respond to the falling marriage rate.> Page Limit for Part One: Three PagesPart B:Again drawing from at least three ideas or concepts from the course, answer the following questions: (1) In your opinion, does the falling marriage rate represent a social harm? Are the trends described in the article a social problem or an opportunity? Why or why not? (2) How do you think falling marriage rates might affect your field of study and/or future career? (Hint: Think broadly about the social and economic implications of changing marriage rates & social norms around marriage.)*If you do not have a concrete career path (many people do not!) please simply pick a hypothetical one for the sake of this assignment.> Page Limit for Part Two: Three PagesâAll the Single Ladiesâ The Atlantichttps://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2011/11/all-the-single-ladies/308654/

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